SJF Youth Ministry Mission Statement

St. Jane Frances Youth Ministry is committed to providing support for young people to grow in their journey of faith. The programs are provided for young people to connect with their Christian peers in a positive and loving environment. It will provide opportunities of social activities and fellowship, prayer, service, and occasional lessons of faith. In support of the parents and family of our youth, it is the hope to help the young people of our parish mature in their Catholic faith.

Melissa Boyle
Director of Youth Ministry

Opportunities to Serve

There are many opportunities in the parish where youth of all ages can serve the Church, including: Altar Servers, Choir, and Scouts.

For more information or to find out how to participate, just ask Mrs. Horvath and she’ll direct you to the right person.

High School Drop Ins on Sunday evenings

Most Sunday evenings the high school youth here at St. Jane’s gather from 6:30–8:30pm for food, fun and faith. These evenings are for anyone from 9th to 12th grade. Drop In! We think you will be happy you did!

Middle School “Young Catholic Leaders” (YCL)

Our middle school program here at St. Jane’s is called Young Catholic Leaders. As the name implies, our goal is to help our young people develop into leaders with their Catholic Faith as their rock. We meet about twice a month, usually on a Friday. The time is 2:45pm–4:30pm, but anytime you can get here after your school lets out is good for us!

Work Camp for High School Youth

Each summer, the High School Youth of our parish  participate in a work camp. We head to a different state and gather with other youth from across the country in a program run by Catholic Heart Work Camp. Our time at camp is spent helping many different folks. We might find ourselves repairing peoples’ homes and then the next day working with children! This is open to all High School youth.

Summer Missions

For our Middle School Youth, our summer program is a week long event here on campus and in the community. We head out Monday through Thursday to do works of mercy for the morning and then do something fun in the afternoon. The week usually ends at a local amusement park where we celebrate our accomplishments!

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